Appealing Your Disability Claim in Federal Court

Many applications for Social Security disability benefits are initially denied. While some find more success at the varying levels of appeal available to claimants, it may still be a struggle to get your application approved. For instance, you may even need to take your appeal case before a Federal District Court if an administrative law…

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How Do I Appeal My Disability Benefits Denial in Federal Court?

While many people may have their initial Social Security Disability benefits application denied, many more have success on appeal. There are several levels of appeals, including a request for reconsideration, a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge, and a decision rendered by the Appeals Council. Should efforts prove fruitless on these appeals levels, then there…

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What to Expect at Your Federal District Appeal

A significant number of applications for Social Security Disability benefits are denied each year. This may come as a surprise to many potential applicants. Should an application be denied, there is the option of pursuing an appeal by attending an informal hearing in front of an administrative law judge. Should this prove unsuccessful, there may…

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